Added by on 2018-12-16

Today I’m answering the burning question, how to you make extra money with your farm. While our farm is not our main source of income, we’ve had to get resourceful in order to be able to keep the farm running. Today I’m sharing my experiences on the best ways to allow your farming endeavor to pay for itself. Our Instagram: www.instagram.com/roots_and_refuge Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rootsandrefuge/ My Infrequently updated blog: www.thehodgepodgedarling.blogspot.com My Articles in Do South Magazine:http://dosouthmagazine.com/?s=jessica+sowards Our Music is by our friend Daniel Smith If you would like to financially support our channel and farm, you can shop through out Amazon affiliate link, which will earn us a small commission at no additional cost to you here: https://amzn.to/2NcCBZ4 Or, if you would prefer to give directly to our channel, you can send PayPal here: www.paypal.me/jessicasowards Thank you so much for believing in us! Related PostsDear First Time Gardener, You CAN Grow Food | How To Start Gardening | Roots and Refuge FarmWhy Raised Garden Beds? | The Benefits of Raised Bed Gardening | Roots and Refuge Farm$7 Kiddie Pool Raised Garden Bed | CHEAP Container Garden Ideas | Roots and RefugeFULL Fall Garden Tour | Raised Bed Vertical Vegetable Garden | Roots and Refuge FarmGrowing Gardeners (Raising Kids in the Garden) | VLOG | Roots and RefugeGrowing Gardeners (Raising Kids in the Garden) | VLOG | Roots and Refuge

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17 Comments

  • Party Lovers Crafts 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for sharing all you know with us!

  • Courtney Messina 1 year ago

    This is so informative to me…Thank you <3

  • Courtney Messina 1 year ago

    I LOVE YOU!!!

  • Czarina Magda Borshovoi 1 year ago

    Hi…a while ago I noticed you had lumber with the bark still intact for your raised garden beds as the retaining boards……how is that holding up? Where did you find it? I’m having a hard time finding any……

  • Jacob Musacchia 1 year ago

    What a good video. Inspiring.

  • AmyBGaia 1 year ago

    Love the vid! You work hard and your place is beautiful. I was wondering how you're able to sell stuff you make without a certified kitchen. Not trying to make trouble! Its a stupid law brought about by the Pepsi people. I was hoping you found a legal way around it. Thank you!

  • Braving the Off-Grid Life 1 year ago

    So so sooo helpful, love the individual farmers box for customers! We are only a little over a year into our off grid life and the struggle is very real – so I’ve been You Tubing trying to get a few more ideas. I’m a Foodie – have been on the Rachel Ray show, so my current customer base is the elderly, cooking their meals in their homes (because I still don’t have a viable kitchen yet), and selling cookies to the local ladies I met at the towns boutique – the box idea could be the next level in what I already love to do! Your tips are very helpful! Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Mama On A Budget 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for this! Hopefully soon we will be buying a homestead of our own and this video was full of useful information. For now, I am learning while growing what we can in our "urban homestead". Much love.

  • Chris Nicula 1 year ago

    Get your cholesterol levels checked. Eating that many eggs can cause heart disease way to soon.

  • Alexandra Kurth 1 year ago

    This video is amazing!

  • Simple Homestead 1 year ago

    Very in depth video. Awesome job

  • Brioli 1 year ago

    You are living my dream!!! I have been on my husband about this for years! We have an acre backyard so doing all the gardening…I want more space, chickens, goats, etc…Thanks so much for your video and information! It is very helpful!

  • channel of szabolcs varga 1 year ago

    rabbit is not good chicken manure is 10x betterg goat is better than rabbit even dogs are better than rabbit…

  • channel of szabolcs varga 1 year ago

    u wanna make money grow medical marijuana instead of tomatoes marijuana is 10 dollars per gram while tomatoes are 2 dollars per pound…

  • Storytime Mom 1 year ago

    Wow. What a wealth of information here! Thank you so much.

  • Dennis Linnell 1 year ago

    You're really speaking my language in this video. Especially the part where you talk about hatching eggs as a source of revenue. I purchased a modest 7 acre plot back in August. The house came with an established flock (brood?) of 13 hens and 2 ducks. I picked up a few chicks at our local TSC which included a couple of Jersey Blue Giants. One was snatched up by a hawk, but the other has VERY quickly become my favorite. She is calm and doesn't mind being handled, not to mention beautiful like no other (even our Gold Laced Wyandotte isn't as pretty). In the spring I want to make the move to Jersey Blues exclusively, and focus on fertile eggs and chicks as a source of revenue. What incubator do you use? DO you have a link? I have just started researching them and am curious as to which one you have. Thank you!

  • Michelle Lynn 1 year ago

    why do you have tires hanging
    around your garden? It looks cute but wondering if there is another reason.